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to wear a tuxedo, so i wore this. weird party. i just got a text message from charlie sheen. >> co-host james franco in drag was awkward, if not entertaining. he and anne hathaway were chosen to help make the oscars look more young area more hip but some are calling the show a bit of a snoozer and the host a bit out of place. but did you catch this? amy adams jaw-dropping 1.35 million dollars worth of jewelry. quite a night. >>> charlie sheen admits he's on a drug and it's called charlie sheen. he opens up the drugs. his two girlfriends who he calls goddesses and his nasty war with tv executives. >> trying to pretend like i'm not special. i'm tired of pretending i'm not a [ bleep ] rock star from mars and people can't figure me out. >> five states may have been exposed to the measles because of one passenger. are you at risk? we will dig into that. >>> severe weather developing now and tornado watches. bill karins is watching it all. where are the dangerous spots you're watching there? >> washington, d.c. are under a tornado watch until 4:00 this afternoon. pretty potent storm syst
? and they will lose. charlie sheen on "good morning america" and he seems to be in denial of most everything but i'll be a charlie's uncle, uncle sam. there is a connection. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto, what is the difficult friends between charlie cooped up in a hotel sweet and these guys? one is blow his own money and does not see it, and the others are blowing out our money and won't admit it so the actor justified bad behavior with more bad behavior, and the actors bad spending with still more bad spending. one guy is blowing a sure thing and maybe losing a bundle and the others are blowing out a bundle and leaving us sure of one thing: washington's ways aren't getting better and neither is charlie. both have a problem seeing the mess each is in. and both prefer digging a ditch they simply cannot dig out. charlie wants to get back to work and politicians promising they will get back to business, but, clearly, signaling we are going to pay because charlie ain't changing. live with it. and these guys promising cuts of 4 billion to keep the government going for a couple of weeks airport c
on a solution? also, you've seen this, charlie sheen speaking out in his first television interview after his hit show was canceled for the season. >> i'm tired of pretending like i'm not special i'm tired of pretend like i'm [ bleep ] report star from mars. >> what about report his wants to sue for more than $300 million. >>> the "news nation" gut check, parents fight back after a school ends corple punishment. why a lot of parents want to keep paddling. >>> good day. break weather news just in. you can see it on your screen. a tornado has touched down, this is about a mile away from a middle school in franklin county, tennessee. we're getting new information as we speak. that school was occupied, it was in session at the time, but we're hearing from the vice principal no immediate reports of injuries. the students were in the school's designated safe zones, againing taking place in franklin county, tennessee, students will stay there until warnings expire. again a tornado touching down in parts of tennessee. that's about two hours outside nashville. >>> the "news nation" following late deve
from libya tells her story. >>> the news out of hollywood is all about charlie sheen's meltdown. is he done in this town? is it possible he's clean and sober? i'll ask dr. drew. >>> then director kevin smith. >> i hate talk shows, but i love green rooms, thank you, piers. >> his most controversial film yet and his side of that flying while fat story. >> i am not buying two seats on this piers show. >>> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening, the reports we're getting from tripoli tonight paint a picture of a city under siege. moammar gadhafi's own people are flooding twitter and facebook with eyewitness accounts of the horrifying bloodshed. and today the world is finally reacting. listen to u.n. secretary general ban ki moon. >> people cannot leave their houses for fear of being shot by government forces or militias. gadhafi supporters are reportedly conducting house-by-house searches and arrests. according to some reports, they have even gone into hospitals to kill wounded opponents. >> a rebel-controlled eastern libya pitches very different there. people are flooding the st
one sitcom. you won't believe what charlie sheen had to say this time. but let's start with libya because as it spirals out of control, the wave of unrest sweeping through the middle east is leading to massive protests ç today. hundreds of thousands of people all around the region this morning. take a look at the scene in iraq where they are demanding better services from government. in bahrain near record pro democracy protests for the second time this week. major demonstrations in yemen as well as egypt. now some americans frantically trying to get out of libya are heading for the island of malta, scheduled to arrive in the next hour two. they are leaving behind a chaotic scene as libyan leader moammar gadhafi is showing more signs of desperation. check this out. libyan state tv has been running what it calls confessions from youth who claim drugs that led them to rise up. that's what gadhafi claimed was going on. off camera you can actually hear someone telling them what to say. nbc's richard engel is on the ground in libya with the latest for us. >> reporter: benghazi is the
charlie sheen's publicist says, i'm leaving, announcing he's resigning after sheen gives another bizarre interview. the latest on charlie sheen coming up. [ woman ] i think people were stunned at the hurricane. and it's the little things that you don't think about. people think of the food, they think of housing, but no one thinks: "how are you going to wash your clothes?" i brought towels, blankets. socks. sheets and pillowcases. [ man ] you just don't feel human without clean clothes. [ female announcer ] tide loads of hope is a free laundry service that provides clean clothes for families affected by disasters. together we can provide loads of hope. visit us on facebook to see our efforts in haiti. and here's what we did today: we put almost three million americans to work... ...adding nearly 400 billion dollars to the economy. generated over two and a half million kilowatts of electricity... ...enough energy to power a quarter of america. we gave your kids a cleaner ride to school. kept the lights on during a calm day at the wind farm. heated 57 million u.s. homes. simmered grandma's
about the ponzi scheme, his wife and the son who committed suicide. >>> and charlie sheen, the biggest star on network tv, a wild interview. why is he suing cbs? >>> and made in america. a family is stunned when we go through their house searching for u.s. products. all about creating more american jobs. >>> good evening. we begin tonight with a u.s. exclusive, moammar gadhafi. the flamboyant and brutal dictator at the center of the firestorm in libya. today our christiane amanpour became the only american reporter to sit with gadhafi. he refused to acknowledge libyan protesters. he laughed at demands that he step down, even as anti-government forces rage across his country. so let's go right away to christiane in tripoli. good evening, christiane. you sat right across from a man the whole world is wondering what he'll do next. what did you hear? >> reporter: well, diane, i see he was relaxed and focused determined to tell his side of the story. on the other hand, he remains incapable of realizing there is an uprising against him. colonel gadhafi emerged from the first of a convoy of c
on into a patrol car. >>> and showstopper. after tv brass pull the plug on "two and a half men," charlie sheen took to the airwaves again. >> they picked a fight with the wrong guy. defeat is not an option and they know it. >> could the star's latest rantings sideline his career permanently? today saturday, september 26th, permanently? today saturday, september 26th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning and welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm jenna wolf sitting in for amy. nice to see you on a saturday. >> nice to see you. a moment ago when i said saturday, today, january 26th, you got all excited because today is your birthday. and you came in on your day off. >> i did, just because you wanted to. i could have slept, but why not come in and work. >> because they called you and asked you to work. >> also they called me and asked me to work at 5:30 this morning. but that's another reason why. >> that's how we show the love around here. anyway, happy birthday. >> thank you. >> coming this morning, a shift in strategy in washington.
-year-old twins. not a good situation. >> steve: yeah. so anyway, the charlie sheen saga continues. join the weekend folks for "fox & friends" this weekend. they kick things off tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. 'til 10:00 a.m. eastern time. >> gretchen: have a fantastic weekend. >> steve: bye-bye. go on a friday morning. it all came down to a dramatic late night vote. >> 61 ayes, the bill has passed, 69. all in favor, say aye, all opposed say nay, the ayes have it, the bill is in the senate, the assembly is adjourned. bill: what a scene that was! in madison, wisconsin. republicans in the state assembly, catching democrats off guard passing a controversial budget bill, but that battle not over yet. we're not awaiting a move in the senate in washington where democrats are still blocking action by not showing up for work. the governor scott walker, a republican, warning that chamber has to vote today or there will be massive layoffs of public employees. we have reached that point, everybody. good morning, welcome here. i'm bill hemmer, live in "america's newsroom". here we go, martha. martha: good mor
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reporting from benghazi. thank you, ben. >>> charlie sheen declares war against cbs after his show "two and a half men" gets cancelled. if you haven't heard what he said on the radio by now, i don't know, you want to hear it. we'll play it for you. >>> and protesters continue their fight for workers' rights at the state capitol in wisconsin. a live report just ahead on cnn. e with crunchy oats and pure honey. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. but there's one that's so clever, it makes your skin look better even after you take it off. neutrogena healthy skin liquid makeup. 98% of women saw improvement in their skin's natural texture, tone, or clarity. does your makeup do that? neutrogena® cosmetics recommended most by dermatologists. >>> let's go now to the protests in this country. outrage on the snowy grounds of the wisconsin state capitol building. thousands protesting a budget bill that would strip public workers of most of their collective bargaining rights. our ted rowlands has been out there for all of the shouting and all of the slogans. ted, it looks like you've go
what charlie sheen has done now. >> whoo! yeah, a little bit of i, i don't know, would you call it a tirade? >> i would call it a tirade and then some in a radio interview yesterday. now production of his hit show has been shut down. and we're going to update you on this situation when we come back. if you're a fan of the show, no more this season. >> no. and even if you're not the story will have you talking all day. or is sweet... and more. if you replace 3 tablespoons of sugar a day with splenda® you'll save 100 calories a day. that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. that's how splenda® is sweet...and more. that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning. it's 7:55. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm frank mallicoat. >>> there is a little snow mixed with the rain and wind this morning in the santa cruz mountains. forecasters say tonight there is a great chance of snow in lower elevations around the bay area that could even include san jose and right here in san francisco. in the sie
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the influence of hallucination pills. charlie sheen boarded a plane for libya. >> if we gave out whacko of the week awards, moammar gadhafi should get it, right? how could he not with his ra rambling ridiculous chants. no one is asking the queen of england to step down and she has ruled longer than he has. blah, blah blah. just when you thought it couldn't get any nuttier than the colonel, sheen happens. charlie sheen. unloaded a rant so ugly, so bizarre, that cbs actually pulled the plug on "two and a half men" for the season. yes, they did it, despite big ratings, despite big success, executives caved in and canned it. why? well, sheen on a radio show slammed the show's creator chuck lore. they are apparently in happier times. take a listen. >> i embarrassed him in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that his unevolved mind cannot process. i've spent, i think, close to the last decade, i don't know, effortlessly and magically converting your tin can into pure gold. >> hold on. there is more. sheen who is phoning in from the bahamas where he is chilling with a coup
't get enough of. charlie sheen opens up to our own jeff rothson. wait until you hear what he says. you cannot make it up. >> you cannot. >> let's start with libya. white house is -- the rebel forces. the city essentially locked down by pro-gadhafi forces. secretary of state hillary clinton is in geneva. she's offering limited sanctions with even tougher measures. jim aceda is in tripoli. what's the situation now in how tense? all right. it looks like we have audio problems. upon this has not been easy broadcasting in and out of libya. i'm told that we can go to stephanie goss. >> he's in benghazi where rebels have controlled the city. stephanie, let's get to you first. i the question is whether or not the rebels can piece together some sort of government if gadhafi does go. >> reporter: they are trying to do that, savannah. there are two different governments trying to be formed in benghazi, you have the municipal government and the local government trying to open up banks here and get life back to some semblance of normalcy and then you have the former justice minister. he resigned, y
are facing a deadline that's just hours away. >>> plus, charlie sheen's show and tell. now he wants to prove he's unleashed his radio rep jobs with a sound mind. >>> and it's a testament to winter weather. there's snow in san diego. can you believe that, san diego? hi, everybody, i'm thomas roberts in today for alex witt, and welcome to "msnbc sunday." i appreciate your time. 9:00 here in the east, 6:00 out west. >>> we get straight to what's happening right now. fast-moving developments in libya this morning. antigovernment protesters say they're taking steps to form an alternative government. a member of the city council of benghazi says the libyan cities currently under the control of rebels have selected an ex-justice minister to lead a provisional government. also this morning, rebels say they now have control of the city closest to the capital of tripoli. nbc's stephanie gosk is in benghazi, libya, with the very latest for us. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, thomas. the former libyan justice minister who resigned in protest over the violence is now here in benghazi
a little bit more at the gas pumps. >>> plus, chatter box charlie sheen. he's chattering again. >>> and betting on the oscars. the wild and wacky wagering on hollywood's showcase of stars. good morning, everyone. welcome to "msnbc saturday." i'm lynn berry in for alex witt this morning. it's 8:00 out west. here's what's happening. we are checking fast-moving developments in libya as the situation continues to unfold minute by mind. residents in the capital of tripoli say the embattled regime of moammar gadhafi is now arming civilian supporters to set up checkpoints and eliminate dissent. nbc chief foreign correspondent richard engel is live in benghazi, libya. good to see you. >> witnesses -- >> go ahead. >> yes, witnesses in tripoli say that africa daf if i's speech yesterday, that the forces loyal to gadhafi, the military that he has left, are giving out weapons to small groups of civilians. any three or four people can come up, get a truckload of weapons and start patrolling the city. this africa daf if i speaking from the ramp arts of old tripoli yesterday promised to arm t
star, charlie sheen. sheen attacked the show's producer, chuck lorre, referring to him by his hebrew name. >> last i checked, chaim, i spent close to the last decade, magically converting your tin cans into pure gold. >> couric: in a statement, cbs and warner brothers say the decision to end production was based on "the totality of charlie sheen's statements, conduct, and condition." and coming up next, high schools musical. , high school musical. [ male announcer ] a chicken coop: the unlikely birthplace of a fundamental idea. it's where ethel percy andrus found a retired teacher living because she could afford nothing else. ethel couldn't ignore the clear need for health and financial security. and it inspired her to found aarp. for over 50 years, we've continued that work, to help all americans pursue their best life. discover more of what we do, for every generation at aarp.org. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®.
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as monday. we're tracking developments as the clock ticks down. >>> charlie sheen's rant shut down production of "two and a half men" perhaps for good and shed light on the superstar's definition of rehab. can you cure a drug habit in quote a nanosecond? and can you be a social crack user? we'll talk to an expert. it's early and we're on it. from cnn center is this is "cnn saturday morning." it's february 26th, i'm randi kaye. >>> over the next 90 minutes, we'll have stories you'll be talking about all day, including an update on one of the most famous planes ever. the one that made a miracle landing on the hudson river back in 2009. >>> also more on libya with emotional accounts from americans who witnessed the violence and the protest. they were the lucky ones that made it out of tripoli. >>> if you notice a hefty hike in your food bill, it's not your imagination, produce prices are spiking. we'll tell you why or when or if you can expect relief. >>> and here's a call police don't get every day. help, there's a baby locked in our bank vault. we'll tell you what happens next. >>>
'. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >>> when we come back, wait until you hear what charlie sheen has done now. >> whoo! yeah, a little bit of i, i don't know, would you call it a tirade? >> i would call it a tirade and then some in a radio interview yesterday. now production of his hit show has been shut down. and we're going to update you on this situation when we come back. if you're a fan of the show, no more this season. >> no. and even if you're not the story will have you talking all day. or is sweet... and more. if you replace 3 tablespoons of sugar a day with splenda® you'll save 100 calories a day. that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. that's how splenda® is sweet...and more. ,, that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. i look great in my wedding dress with the help of your amazing light soups. now we're adding even bigger pieces of white meat chicken. oh, so when's the big day? oh, we got married years ago. but the point is, i fit in it! well good for you! [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. soft! hard! [ male announcer ] h
hills. the rest of us see snow down to >>> has charlie sheen found love? he says, yes. that's him kissing the mystery woman who he says really gets him. this all comes as his father, martin sheen, speaks out for the first time. he has some strong words about his son's addiction. good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos, here with juju. >> here i am. robin roberts is on assignment. >>> also ahead this morning, prince william's farewell blast to the single life. what is his party-loving brother planning for the bachelor party? and what has harry been told not to do? >> we'll find out in a little bit. >>> also, justin bieber. he's cut the hair. >> say it ain't so. >> the trademark do is gone. we'll check out the look and what his fans think about it. >>> we begin with the latest on charlie sheen. his father, martin sheen, is speaking out for the first time about his son's struggles with substance abuse. and we're seeing pictures of the woman charlie sheen says is the new love of his life. andrea canning is here. and you've spoken with the mystery woman. >> reporter: i spoke w
to this summer when it's placed in an exhibit in charlotte. >>> the actor charlie sheen who may now be better known for his out of control behavior off screen than his actual acting at this point has finally gone too far with management. cbs announced last night it's shutting down production of his hit sitcom "two and a half men," the number one comedy on television, by the way, after sheen delivered a rant on the radio against his producer. sheen says he will still report to work next week. >>> and exactly how bad a spring flooding season are we expecting in the american midwest? today anheuser-busch in cartersville, georgia, stopped producing beer and turned out canned drinking water instead. they want to build up a reserve of 25,000 cases in case it is needed for flood relief. they have given out six million cases over the years in response to various disasters. >>> when we come back here tonight, the man who's making a real difference as his city struggles back from a terrible disaster. >>> tonight's "making a difference" report combines two things, our continuing coverage of the enormous
this program note. tomorrow morning, the day after hollywood's big night, an exclusive interview with charlie sheen, his first television sit-down since the cancellation of his hit series. sheen says he is clean and wants to go back to work, but he has one big demand. you can see the exclusive interview tomorrow morning on "today." >>> that's "nbc nightly news" for this sunday. brian williams will be here tomorrow. i'm lester holt reporting from
, thank you. >>> actor charlie sheen is at it again just ahead of a new network interview the troubled star is taking a public drug test this weekend. let's get the details now from amy palmer, who is senior editor with "in touch weekly." all right, amy so, break it down. let's start with this drug test. public drug test. what's all that about? >> radaronline challenged charlie sheen to take a drug test because charlie's been saying i'm sober, i beat this on my own, i didn't have to go to aa. so he took this test publicly, which is why he's saying it's public. he took three -- they took three vials of blood for a toxology test and the results will be in this week. i do want to mention that he took an over-the-counter drug test and passed that. however, sources can't verify if this actually wasn't tampered with. so we will wait. but he's just sailinying, you k i'm fine, i'm not doing drugs, so i can take any tests you put my way. >> so the network teeb interview you mentioned, he's doing a sit-down? >> he is. this week. >> what's more to reveal? >> i think he wants to tell his side of t
immunized against measles. >>> actor charlie sheen says he's clean and he's taking a drug test to prove it. raideronline says a urine test he took this weekend in l.a. turned up negative for drugs. the site also says he submitted to a blood test, but results aren't expected until tomorrow. production on sheen's hit sitcom "two and a half men" was halted last week after he went on a rant against the executive producer on a radio show. >>> the wicked weather continues and it continues out west. mother nature has been lobbing everything but the kitchen sink at the west coast. wlange hit with hail as well. in san diego, like san francisco, saw some snow. so much for an early spring, right? the weather channel's alex wallace joins me now live with more on the cold snap that's taking place out west. alex, so, when are things going to warm up for those guys, especially when we've got to see everybody on the red carpet tonight? >> yeah, and you know, it's going to be a cool one for the folks on the red carpet, but dry, so that is good news. we can owe it to this storm system now that's moving its
this program note, tomorrow morning, the day after hollywood's big night, an exclusive interview with charlie sheen, his first television silt-down since the cancellation of his hit series. sheen says he is clean and wants to go back to work but he has one big dema
by only two other people. can you name them? charlie sheen and the fountain lady. so congratulations, christine o'donnell. she's on the list tonight not for something she's done but for something she's considering not doing. she posted this on her facebook. i just got the official ask from "dancing with the stars." my official thought was to decline. however, eileen thinks i should do it. what do you think? i think it's ridiculous you're asking. of course you can be on "dancing with the stars." i don't know who eileen is, but listen to her. number one, everybody knows the requirements for being on "dancing with the stars" do not include being a good dancer. thank you, billy ray cyrus, you taught us that. number two, you don't even have to be a star. thank you, steve wozniak. she says she has two left feet. on that point, she can take a lesson from best in show. >> i can't dance, i can't dance. i got two left feet. >> i thought he was kidding. >> but i wasn't. i was born where two left feet, and they had a nickname for me. they used to call me loopy, because i would walk in little loo
,130. >>> anderson, after charlie sheen went on yet another radio rant, production on "two and a half men" has been canceled for the rest of the season. sheen told the alex jones radio show, he'll make movies with superstarred instead of working with idiots. >> he's a jerk either way. but if that wasn't the rantings of someone high, there's no excuse. what he said was unbelievable. i don't know if you heard that rant. >> i did. >> any way, again, i feel bad for his dad and family and kids. isha, thank you very much. see you monday. we'll go back to libya at the top of the hour. i'm sam chernin, owner of sammy's fish box. i opened the first sammy's back in 1966. my employees are like family, and i want people that work for me to feel that they're sharing in my success. we purchase as much as we can on the american express open gold card so we can accumulate as many points as possible. i pass on these points to my employees to go on trips with their families. when my employees are happy, my customers are happy. how can the gold card help serve your business? booming is taking care of your business by
was up 52 points, ending the week at 12,130. >>> anderson, after charlie sheen went on yet another radio rant, production on "two and a half men" has been canceled for the rest of the season. sheen told the alex jones radio show, he'll make movies with superstars instead of working with idiots. the irony. >> yeah, if the guy wasn't on a coke binge when he made that rant, he's a complete jerk. he's a jerk either way, but if that wasn't the ravings of someone who was high, there's no excuse. what he said was unbelievable. i don't know if you heard that rant. >> yeah, i did. >> yeah. >>> coming up, a woman in kenya who thought aids was a punishment from god. her belief changed when she was diagnosed with hiv positive. what she did next is why she's this week's cnn hero. switch to tide free & gentle in the white and blue bottle. no other free detergent is milder on skin. and unlike the leading free detergent, it removes more residue from dirt, food, and stains. so nothing spoils this tights enthusiast's enthusiasm. tide free & gentle. style is an option. clean is not. also look for tide stai
? charlie sheen and the fountain lady. so congratulations, christine o'donnell. you are now a two-timer on the "ridicu-list." she's on the list tonight not for something she's done but for something she's considering not doing. she posted this on her facebook. i just got the official ask from "dancing with the stars." although i'm flattered, my initial thought was to decline as my 2-year-old nephew has more rhythm than me and i have two left feet. however, eileen thinks i should do it. what do you think? i think it's ridiculous you're asking. of course you can be on "dancing with the stars." it would be ridiculous for you not to be on "dancing with the stars." i don't know who eileen is, but listen to her. number one, everybody knows the requirements for being on "dancing with the stars" do not include being a good dancer. thank you, billy ray cyrus, you taught us that. number two, you don't even have to be a star. thank you, steve wozniak. you taught us that. come on, christine o'donnell, you have to do it. she writes on facebook he has two left feet. on that point, you can take
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know bad boy charlie sheen doesn't hold back and now there's word we may learn more of the dirty details. >> alisyn: good. >> clayton: in a tell-all book. is this more to tell? >> apparently. i'm loving weight watchers new pointsplus program and the edge it's giving me. ♪ and i'm feeling good go on, join for free. weight watchers new pointsplus. because it works. how'd you do that? do what? you made it taste like chocolate. it has 35% of your daily value of fiber. tasty fib, that's a good one! ok, umm...read her mind. [ male announcer ] fiber one chewy bars. no, no, i just paid my car insurance bill -- ouch. [ man whistles ] sounds like somebody paid too much. excuse me? i use progressive's "ne your price" tool. they showed me a range of coverages, and i picked the one that worked for me i saved hundreds when switchi. hundreds? who are you? just a man that loves savings... and pie. t there with a better way. now, that's progressive. >> president obama now calling for libyan leader moammar qaddafi to step down immediately and the united nations voting unanimously to slap him wi
'd give met title and they didn't. a lot to talk about until the news. we're going to veer from charlie sheen, since we have richard haass here, to libya. in libya, the situation keeps getting worse. what's going on? you go from cairo over to casablanca, north africa is under siege. >> actually, not really. >> come on, come on. i'm trying to wake people up. i don't have mika here. she's in the south of france with her family. just work with me. i'm going to do it again. hold on. let me do this, north africa, under siege, richard haass, what say you? >> good point, joe. egypt, let's see how that place out. it's a long process. there's all sorts of potential still there for this to work out. if it does work out, it's a quarter of the arab world and it will set a model that others will want to follow. libya, fundamentally different. there's almost no good outcome here. if the gadhafi outcome stays, you have this illegitimate government. if they do, you'll have a country where the central government doesn't run things. either way, let me make a prediction. >> yes. >> the united states will
probably ask for both. >> do you think quickly, do you think a judge would grant that in charlie sheen's case? >> you know, after seeing what happened with britney spears, this seems so much more extreme in many ways. i think it is quite possible that in california a judge would allow that. >> sin hostin, thank you very much. have a fantastic weekend. thank you for watching. i'm brooke baldwin. now to candy crowley in washington for "the situation room." candy? >>> happening now, deadly shots ring out and cries for freedom. growing anti-government protests in several muslim nations turn violent. the white house says it's very worried about the situation in bahrain, libya and yemen right now. >>> plus, teachers and other state employees are on the march in wisconsin. over a dozen lawmakers are on the lam. we're following the showdown over the budget and union workers' rights and whether president obama should stay out of it. >>> and former republican party chairman michael steele takes on democrat donna brazile on the threat of a government shakedown and who it would help or hurt. wolf
class. >>> we understand enough is enough for the producer of charlie sheen's tv show "two and a half men." after his latest rant, they have cancelled the rest of the season. >>> we're following developments inside of libya. our senior international correspondent ben wedeman is joining us live from the libyan city of benghazi. thank you very much. obviously there are pockets of that country we cannot see and get access to because it is so closed off. what are you seeing where you are on the ground where it seems protesters have now taken over the streets? >> reporter: well, what we're seeing is that this is yet another day of these huge demonstrations here in benghazi, and despite the fact that it is very windy, very cold and very rainy, we're seeing more and more people coming into this area. this is essentially the group that runs the city at this point. it runs everything from garbage collection, and it is the heart of the city. what we're seeing here is that people are not only demonstrating against gadhafi. they're also expressing their solidarity with the people of tripoli, with
's life. plus cbs news has to cancel "two and a half men" in the wake of charlie sheen's latest bizarre anantics. meantime it calls the tea party racist on another one of its shows. the ladies of the view seem to think donald rumsfeld should apologize for the iraq war. he wasn't having it. charles krauthammer says all hell will break loose this saudi arabia's government falls as protests get underway there. john bolton joins me live. see you at the top of the 1:00. gregg: a sawed yeah arabian college student in texas. he was plotting jihad a loan wolf well on his way to shedding blood. joining me is former federal prosecutor doug burns. he's not an american sit ten, but nevertheless the moment he set foot on american soil our u.s. constitution protects him. >> no question about it. we have cases and i've seen hundreds of them where illegal aliens who commit a crime on u.s. soil are subject to the federal court. gregg: you have to have a warrant, et cetera, et cetera. as long as they follow the rules this prosecution moves forward. >> absolutely. gregg: he's charged with attempted use of
, but would you really want your kids to be closer to charlie sheen? >> it sounds a little like two and a half men, two and a half families, doesn't it? >> it does. how is he doing these days? >> he's staying home and doing sober treatment at home. apparently he has to have a sober coach with him at all times and he says he's supposed to return to the set next -- actually, today. >> he just seems like he wasn't on that road. >> he wants another movie, another major league baseball movie, too. in addition to having his ex-wives live next to each other and him, he wants to embark on another baseball movie. >> at least he'll be working. he seems to be fine if he's working because somehow he's able to control his urges more. >> during work, but you know what's interesting is he had over to his house yesterday colin ferrell. and colin ferrell -- >> has his own baggage. >> but i believe he's been sober, so i wonder if he could be kind of his coach. >> okay. >> what about lindsay lohan? is she getting back to work? >> she has a court appearance tomorrow, as you ladies well know. there is talk that sh
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